January 15, 2022 1:36am CST
This morning I was chatting to my daughters about being mindful with their spending in January because January is always the struggle month especially with those that have children starting school and also after the Christmas spending spree - or overindulgence most times. It's been a while since I have posted anything - life has been hectic, however, the proverb 'no news is good news' might rightfully apply here. The lack of travel has me still feeling very captured in my 'bubble' - I Have had my Booster Jab but sadly not everyone is doing this so when will the virus ever stop "virus'ing" the world? Happy Day to everyone
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Hello and Happy New Year Lany. We have hope for new treatments coming from two Swiss laboratories. The vaccine is not stopping the virus, as the actual vaccine is useless for Omicron, but new medications to prevent to get sick are on the way.
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@inlemay Hi Lany I hate January from a financial point of view because my employer very kindly gives me my December pay not at the end on the month as usual but a few days before Christmas. Got it on 20th this year which sounds great till I remember I have to make it last until 31 January.
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It was good to see your name on a discussion of mine. I'm glad no news is good news. We are to have our boosters next week. Our state has had no cases for ages but we're about to open the border to the east and then the proverbial will hit the fan. Numbers over east are horrendous.
Hi happy day too, thanks btw. This makes me smile:) First of all is go and get some fresh air for yourself to make you feel better, I think(?) If you have no time to do it, you can sit infront of your house's yard and have a cup of tea/coffe haha, I usually do this, and it really works on me btw. And believe that our world is get better so it will be normal soon, I hope so;) just keep spirit and keep healthy